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The trials of a mind in its progress to Catholicism: A letter to his old friends


Published 1854
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Spine title: Trials of the mind; Bound in brown textured cloth with blind-stamped ornamental border and blind-stamped ornamental design in the center of the front and back cover; gilt lettering on spine with gilt tooling; Dedicated by the author to "his late brethren of the Protestant Episcopate and Clergy, to those amongst whom he so long ministered, and to all who pray to be 'led into the way of truth. . . ."; Previously owned by St. Francis Church, Rev. Clynch, Pastor, in North Adams, Mass. Purchased on 10 July 1883 by M. E. Barry in North Adams. Was once at N. M. Williams, Catholic Books, Pictures & c. in Boston; M. E. Barry Rare Book Collection. Special Collections, Alumnae Library, Elms College.


Publisher Patrick Donahoe
Pages 250
Possible copyright status Publication of images from Elms College Archives and Special Collections is subject to approval and may be under copyright. Publication includes the following media: print, electronic/digital, sound recording, video recording, or microfilm. Written permission must be obtained in advance of publication by contacting the Archives or Special Collections Departments at Alumnae Library, Elms College: goldsmithm@elms.edu or fonsecaa@elms.edu. Fees may be assessed and charged by the departments for reproduction and use.
Language English
Call number BX1753.I95 T819 1854
Digitizing sponsor Boston Public Library
Book contributor Elms College
Collection elmscollege; regionaldigitizationmass; americana
Notes No copyright page found.

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